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Thread: SecureClient MacOS Global Params

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    Default SecureClient MacOS Global Params

    I recently had to make a change to our Windows Clients that involved adding a registry entry to HKLM\System\CurrentControlSet\Services\FW1\Paramet ers\Global (similar to the HTTPS fix, but this was fw_allow_udp_port0). I need to make the same change to MacOS clients but ideally without running a command on the central firewalls. Could anyone point me in the right direction please?

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    Default Re: SecureClient MacOS Global Params

    I don't have specific experience with this, but I do know that .plist files are where preferences are stored on a Mac.

    I'd check "/Library/Application Support", "/Library/Preferences", and "~/Library/Preferences"

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    Default Re: SecureClient MacOS Global Params

    Secure Client lives in /opt/CPsrsc-50. There are some files in there that look promising, but I would ask TAC to research it for you to ensure you edit the correct file.

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